Pet Travel Safety

Taking a road trip this summer? Or maybe just taking the pup down to the beach for the day? Hands (or paws) down, the best way to keep your pet safe during a car trip is to use a restraint system. You wear a seatbelt for your own safety -- give your pet the same respect. Your pet should ride in the backseat so it won't get injured if a front seat airbag is deployed. The best restraint system for your pet depends on its size an­d breed, as well as the size of your vehicle. 

Some general tips:

  • Cats and some small dogs travel best in a carrier. They feel safer and can't run around inside the vehicle. You should use a seat belt to secure the carrier.
  • If you need to use a crate for your larger pet, make sure it is well secured and cushioned. In the event of an accident, the animal can slam against the sides of the crate.
  • The safest way to secure your dog in the car is through a restraint system. You can purchase a harness that attaches to your regular seat belts, or straps that attach to the ceiling of the car.
  • Choose restraints that offer your pet some mobility -- the animal should be able to move and turn in the seat.

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